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Girls Rights To Education

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Sukhraj Singh

on 5 November 2012

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The passage for humanity to think as one being. Girls Rights To Education Throughout the human race, girls are looked down upon as inferiors. Bibliography Education is a key concept in maintaining a life in this world. Unfortunately, a lot of girls do not have that right There are people in the world who believe that enforcing girls not go to school is "sacred". Many girls get killed for walking to school. An example of this is the military in Afghanistan, called the "Taliban", who enforce these rules harshly. Examples of Girls not Getting Their Education Take A Stand Our mission is basically to promote youth and adults to think openly about the world and the people, mostly girls, who are affected in it. The only way we can do this is to raise awarness. Our intened outcome is too live in a world where everbody is treated fairly, or at the very least able to have the fundamental rights needed to function in the society successfully. To fund our project we need money so please cause awarness and donate to our affilate program because I am a Girl. Our Mission http://www.right-to-education.org/node/241 Without the power of education, many girls will not have the power to speak their minds of issues. Can you imagine a world in which you are not allowed to say anything, no matter how you are treated? We chose this topic because we believe equality in the world is what makes the world. How can there be equality if every ignores the rights for girls to have education? The only way we can help girls around the world get the education they need is through donations and support. By donating ten dollars, you can buy a girl a textbook, pencil and eraser who really needs it. But you MUST be aware of who you are giving your money to because many companies take a huge chunk of the donations for themselves! Now that you have an introduction to this issue ... We have to we have to... WE HAVE TO... WE HAVE TO... We feel we can instigate change by using a variety of media outlets, such as Facebook, Twitter, our own website, and public service announcements. http://yahyaahassan.wix.com/girlsrights2ed#! Every month, 700 billion minutes are spent on Facebook. That’s 15 hours and 33 minutes per person! With so many people using social networking sites, we decided that we could optimize the number of people who see our message and try to help the countless amounts of deprived girls in the world. The way we wanted you guys to realize the problem around the world with girls not getting their education is simple: social media. By creating a Twitter page and Facebook page, we know that this will affect you. Since media influences teens, the only way to get teens noticed is thorough media! Think of it like fighting fire with fire. The website we made was to show people who wanted to know more about the rights of girls and their education. www.actionaid.org/what-we-do/education planyouth.ca/projects/girls-rights-and-education-in-pakistan www.onecountry.org/e153/e15302as_India_speech_perspective.htm www.becauseiamagirl.ca/Education www.rightsofgirls.com/ www.soschildrensvillages.ca/what-we-do/.../girls-rights/.../default.asp... www.girlsinc.org/takeaction/girls-rights-campaign.html Girl and boys should be treated as equals. For one reason or another, some girls have been deprived from education when they can be as smart or smarter than boys. To convey the message that girls deserve a chance at education, we have set up a Twitter and Facebook account in addition to our website. Why did we decide to use social networking sited to convey our message? We chose social networking sites because so many people use them.
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https://twitter.com/girlseducation1 We chose this logo because girls to school basically means that every girl should go to school. It also shows that anyone can start a change, all with a click of a button. http://www.facebook.com/GirlsRights2Edu?ref=hl
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